A docudrama about sex slavery in Israel won a prize at the Venice Film Festival. Amos Gitai’s “Promised Land” won a prize Saturday for promoting peace through cinema at the festival. The film follows a group of European prostitutes who are smuggled into Israel from Egypt and endure abuse at the hands of their pimps and clients.
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